A Perfect Season

Strategies To Uplift, Enable and Inspire
  • Published: August 2007
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 188
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781425128494
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There is nothing "Minor" about being a coach in minor hockey. The demand on the coach to balance the individual development of every player, the expectations of the parents, the development of the team and the values of the coach can be an overwhelming task.

A Perfect Season is a fictional novel told through the perspective of an average, everyday minor hockey coach, as he relives the situations and lessons that helped him fulfill his coaching purpose. The unique combination of presenting the specific coaching strategies through the narrative of a fictional minor hockey season makes the book an entertaining read as you learn how these strategies can be applied to your own coaching situations.

Every season the success or failure of the coach comes down to a series of interactions with his players. Coaches who aspire to create new levels of performance, commitment and understanding must focus on outcomes that uplift, enable and inspire their individual players and the team collectively. The way coaches manage these teaching moments will either build the bridge to development, or burn it.

At the end of each chapter, coaches are presented with "Coaching Challenges" that encourage them to apply the strategies presented in the book to their own coaching situations.

"Every coach has the choice to be remembered fondly, or to be quickly forgotten, the difference lies in the quality of the relationship built with the student."

Learning the strategies and applying them directly to your coaching situation is your first step to A Perfect Season.

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